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Make:cast – The Multiple Choice Future

Make:cast – The Multiple Choice Future

Our current framework for multiple-choice standardized testing is about 20 years old, dating back to legislation signed by President Bush called No Child Left Behind. The name has changed but testing still rules, although it has been disrupted by COVID-19. In this conversation with educators, Pam Moran and Ira Socol, co-authors with Timeless Learning with Chad Ratliff, we discuss how our education system responded to COVID-19 and how students have responded by turning off their cameras. Can we imagine a future where instead of multiple choice tests, schools offer students multiple and different ways to learn?

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Move, Shake, and Make: 3 Baby Steps to Bring Making to Your Classroom

Move, Shake, and Make: 3 Baby Steps to Bring Making to Your Classroom

3 baby steps you can take to start bringing a culture of making and tinkering into your classroom.

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Calling Maker Educators to Convene at The Crucible in Oakland

Calling Maker Educators to Convene at The Crucible in Oakland

Renee Harmon, Vice President of Science Learning at the Science Center of Iowa (SCI) will be attending the 2016 Maker Educator Convening.

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